Learning to make a difference


There are hundreds of books on church leadership, or really any topic for that matter. Because of the mass quantities of titles available, people tend to gloss over so many of them. But every once in a while, one rises to the top and becomes the gem of them all.

This book on congregational change is that gem. Wow, what a resource we have in this title and what it will do to inspire not whole change, but personal change that fuels whole change.

What this book implies is that change must happen from within before it happens from without. How can a congregation change unless the leader of that change is being changed? Why would a congregation follow someone to a place that they have not been themselves? Speaking of the blind leading the blind!?

Therefore, in this book, the reader(s) will see a wholistic approach to change that envelops the entirety of a leader and his people. The book will read like a diary or journal entry so expect the reading to be warm but challenging and personal.

I look forward to utilizing this book for years and recommending it to other leaders!

I received this book free from Kregel Publications as part of their Academic & Ministry Blog Review Service. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.


Posted on July 5, 2017, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Learning to make a difference.

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